Jason Dodge

The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung
Gallery of Jason Dodge
3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

Gallery of Jason Dodge

3 Pictures et 1 vidéo

The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung picto play The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung 2013

Cushions are scattered on the ground. They are of various shapes and colours and each one has only been used by one person. Jason Dodge asked several people – the mayor of a small town, some doctors and some children – to sleep with these cushions fora few nights. By limiting his artistic statement to the ephemeral, delicate trace of something, Jason Dodgehas created a narrative about absence, an absence evoked by a few objects that bear a trace andrecount, in the manner of an empty mould, a memory experience that is specifically invisible. By positioning himself on the edge of the narrative, Dodge invitesus to give free rein to our emotions and to imagine an indefinable story of tenuous, though totally real, connections.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


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The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung 2013

Cushions are scattered on the ground. They are of various shapes and colours and each one has only been used by one person. Jason Dodge asked several people – the mayor of a small town, some doctors and some children – to sleep with these cushions fora few nights. By limiting his artistic statement to the ephemeral, delicate trace of something, Jason Dodgehas created a narrative about absence, an absence evoked by a few objects that bear a trace andrecount, in the manner of an empty mould, a memory experience that is specifically invisible. By positioning himself on the edge of the narrative, Dodge invitesus to give free rein to our emotions and to imagine an indefinable story of tenuous, though totally real, connections.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung 2013

Cushions are scattered on the ground. They are of various shapes and colours and each one has only been used by one person. Jason Dodge asked several people – the mayor of a small town, some doctors and some children – to sleep with these cushions fora few nights. By limiting his artistic statement to the ephemeral, delicate trace of something, Jason Dodgehas created a narrative about absence, an absence evoked by a few objects that bear a trace andrecount, in the manner of an empty mould, a memory experience that is specifically invisible. By positioning himself on the edge of the narrative, Dodge invitesus to give free rein to our emotions and to imagine an indefinable story of tenuous, though totally real, connections.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller
The children are sleeping ; The doctors are sleeping Dr. med. Jürgen W. Bauer Dr. med. Axel Jung 2013

Cushions are scattered on the ground. They are of various shapes and colours and each one has only been used by one person. Jason Dodge asked several people – the mayor of a small town, some doctors and some children – to sleep with these cushions fora few nights. By limiting his artistic statement to the ephemeral, delicate trace of something, Jason Dodgehas created a narrative about absence, an absence evoked by a few objects that bear a trace andrecount, in the manner of an empty mould, a memory experience that is specifically invisible. By positioning himself on the edge of the narrative, Dodge invitesus to give free rein to our emotions and to imagine an indefinable story of tenuous, though totally real, connections.

Le Musée d'art contemporain


81 Quai Charles de Gaulle
69006, Lyon


Comment y aller